7 Remote Jobs That Offer Competitive Salaries for Black Professionals

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Making a decent amount of money and enjoying the benefits of remote work has become very common since the outbreak of Coronavirus. 

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Black professionals with sought-after skills and experiences can now be sure to find high-paying remote jobs. So, what are some of the remote jobs that offer competitive salaries for black professionals? We have explored eight jobs that have the potential to pay $100K+ per year in this blog post.

1. Network Architect

A network Architect is a highly in-demand skill in the information technology field. As a network Architect, the systems you’ll work on will focus on facilitating communication and sharing data digitally. 

These can include small networks running in an area and big networks maintaining their functions in many other locations.

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 2. Information Security Manager

An information security manager ensures that all security tools, programs, and technologies work perfectly. Information security managers can work almost anywhere since companies and organizations in nearly all industries depend on computer systems. Remote jobs in information security management offer an annual salary of between $132,382 and $162,825

3. Data Scientist

A data scientist use statistical, analytical, and programming skills to gather data. Working as a data scientist can be intellectually challenging, analytically, and paycheck satisfying. 

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4. Cloud Engineer

A cloud engine is an IT professional that builds and maintains cloud infrastructure. However, in an organization, a cloud engineer can have more specific job roles, including:

  • Designing cloud solutions
  • Coding for the cloud
  • Working with cloud networks

As a cloud engineer, you can be asked to coordinate with IT members, negotiate with vendors, and report to top management about the progress of a particular project. 

5. Software Developer

As a software developer, you’ll build computer programs that power desktop computers mobile gadgets. You’ll assess customer needs, develop new software for each market, and update them based on users’ feedback. There are two major classifications of developers – systems software developers and applications software developers.

6. Product Marketing Manager

A product marketing manager (PMM) is an individual responsible for the positioning, messaging, and branding of a product. The PMM oversees the development and distribution of product marketing campaigns. 

7. Remote Project Manager

Project managers are responsible for developing plans, delegating duties, and overseeing projects from when an idea is developed until it’s completed. As a project manager, you’ll organize people and procedures to ensure that a project is delivered on time, within budget, and with the intended result. 

Remote project managers perform all of these tasks from the comfort of their homes. However, some projects may require you to go on-site occasionally to supervise the staff’s progress. 

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Uchenna Agwu
Uchenna Agwu
Hi there! I’m Uchenna Agwu, and I love to write. When I’m not writing, you can usually find me reading books or watching documentaries (I’m a bit of a nerd). But I also like to get out and explore – whether that means going on hikes or checking out new restaurants.

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